The NaRCAD Team
We facilitated a 1-day workshop for 14 active academic detailers working on two public health priorities: promoting diabetes screening and management tools as part of their Diabetes, Heart Disease, & Stroke Program, and increasing colorectal cancer screening across the state as part of IDHW's Comprehensive Cancer Control program.
A NaRCAD Interview with Emily Butler Bell, Associate Director
National Colorectal Cancer Roundtable
"It can take a while for new clinical findings to get implemented in primary care, so I saw that academic detailers and practice facilitators serve a key role in getting these findings into clinical practice."
A NaRCAD Interview with Colorado ABCD (Assuring Better Childhood Development)
"Building rapport and credibility with clinicians is crucial to gaining commitment to change, and as emphasized through the academic detailing approach, making multiple in-person visits really enables this by allowing us to learn about and be responsive to the practice's unique strengths and needs." Learn more.